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Jeanine McMullen returns with the programme which offers a complete guide to those making a living in rural Britain. There s the latest information on stock and breeding, advice on where to find services and crafts suited to country life and, of course, stories from the tellers who have known the life 'man and boy'. Plus there's a weekly
'What's On' guide to the best shows, courses and exhibitions available for those who make a small country living. Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
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The fifth of seven programmes with Anna Massey as Queen Victoria, whose
Golden Jubilee was celebrated 100 years ago this summer.
A life of the woman who was Queen during one of the most momentous periods in Britain s history with first-hand accounts from some who knew her. 5: Bereavement
Compiled and written by RICHARD MULLEN and JAMES MUNSON
Narrator Robert Powell with SEAN BARRETT DONALD DOUGLAS
GARARD GREEN. HILDA SCHRODER and BRIAN SOUTHWOOD
Producers ALAN HAYDOCK and GILLIAN HUSH
Stereo (Re-broadcast next Sunday)
From the apparently obvious to the downright obscure,
Dilly Barlow , together with specialist experts and help from the BBC Reference Library, attempts to answer your questions, easy picking for those with jackdaw minds. Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
Questions, on postcards only, please, to: Enquire Within, BBC, London W1A 4WW
Alexander Walker recalls the screen careers of the cinema's brightest stars. 1: James Cagney
In his 50-year career,
Hollywood's greatest tough guy played the bad man, the hero and the song-and-dance man. He gave every role all he'd got but was sparing with words when asked about his art: 'You walk in plant yourself, look the other fella in the eye and tell the truth. That's all you need to know about acting. Class dismissed. Producer WENDY CLAY
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Introduced by Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week:
Edie Smith , senior news editor in London for Voice of America Serial: Three Stories by P. G. Wodehouse abridged by ELIZABETH BRADBURY Read by John Hollis
1: The Mixer Meets a Shy Gentleman
(Music: Lanchbery's 'Tales of Beatrix Potter ')
Adultery is a mortal sin, but killing your spouse might - under certain circumstances - be a different matter. When the Irish Referendum votes against divorce, Maeve, being a good Catholic, prepares for action.
BBC Northern Ireland
Fr. Benedictus/Radio announcer:
Ten programmes about some famous and some forgotten holders of the office, compiled and presented by Sean Street 6: Henry Pye (1745-1813) Readers MARTIN JARVIS
ADRIAN CAIRNS and DAVID GOODLAND
Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBC Bristol. Stereo
Transylvanian music and wild dancing in a Budapest cellar: this is the world of what the Hungarians call 'Hard Folk'. Christopher Cook reports on how traditional music is kept alive without the self-conscious morris dancer syndrome. Producer SIMON BROUGHTON
by JEAN-PIERRE DE ROHAN The stories of four birds which were brought to the brink of extinction.
3: Martha - The Loneliest Bird On 2 September 1914, the last passenger pigeon, once one of the most numerous birds on earth, died in Cincinnati Zoo. Narrated by Barry Paine Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
No Nukes Is Good Nukes?
President Reagan's proposal at the Reykjavik summit to abolish ballistic missiles alarmed his European allies.
Since then, proposals for the elimination of medium- and short-range nuclear missiles from Europe have raised similar qualms.
What is the strategic significance of these moves and of President Reagan's Star Wars plan for strategic defence?
Stuart Simon looks at western strategy in the light of developments in military technology and arms control. Producer CAROLINE ANSTEY
(Re-broadcast tomorrow 11. Oam)
A ten-part story of Lord Byron's tempestuous romances in the years 1812-16, as told in the poet's own letters of the time. With Robert Powell as Byron 6: Broken Hearts and Bad Digestions
Selected and introduced by Brian Gear
Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBC Bristol
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